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    Can Slow-Motion Footage of Forehand Strokes Be Used to Immediately Improve Anticipatory Judgments in Tennis?Kazunobu Fukuhara, Tomoko Maruyama, Hirofumi Ida, Takahiro Ogata, Bumpei Sato, Motonobu Ishii & Takahiro Higuchi - 2018 - Frontiers in Psychology 9.
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    A Fine Forehand.Paul Ziff - 1974 - Journal of the Philosophy of Sport 1 (1):92-109.
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    Skills – Do We Really Know What Kind of Knowledge They Are?Jens Erling Birch - 2016 - Sport, Ethics and Philosophy 10 (3):237-250.
    Philosophers of sport seem to have lived happily with the idea that the knowledge in sporting skills is knowing how. In traditional epistemology, knowing how does not qualify to be knowledge proper since knowledge is a question of whether a belief is true and justified. Unless knowing how is a special case of knowing that, it is not knowledge. The argument for such an identification arises saying that a former expert in tennis has tennis know-how, although she cannot perform skillfully. (...)
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    Transcending Uses and Gratifications: Media Use as Social Action and the Use of Event History Analysis.Fred Wester, Jan Lammers, Karsten Renckstorf & Henk Westerik - 2006 - Communications 31 (2):139-153.
    It is argued that since its institutionalization in the 1970s, Uses and Gratifications research has been heavily influenced by applied economic theories about Expectancy Value and Subjective Expected Utility. Underlying these theories are assumptions about the acting individual having full mastery of situations. This idea is contrasted with the way in which action theory portrays action. Here, mastery of situations is not assumed at forehand, but depends on the situation and is something that has to be achieved. Action theories (...)
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    Estimation of Parameters in a Bertalanffy Type of Temperature Dependent Growth Model Using Data on Juvenile Stone Loach (Barbatula Barbatula).Johan Grasman, Willem B. E. van Deventer & Vincent van Laar - 2012 - Acta Biotheoretica 60 (4):393-405.
    Parameters of a Bertalanffy type of temperature dependent growth model are fitted using data from a population of stone loach ( Barbatula barbatula ). Over two periods respectively in 1990 and 2010 length data of this population has been collected at a lowland stream in the central part of the Netherlands. The estimation of the maximum length of a fully grown individual is given special attention because it is in fact found as the result of an extrapolation over a large (...)
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